College of Arts, Technology & Innovation
University of East London
Dr Sheila Preston
Head of department S.Preston@uel.ac.uk
Guildford School of Acting
University of Surrey
Director of Research Professor Robert Shaughnessy
Peter M Boenisch | Professor of European Theatre | University of Kent
Head of Drama & Theatre | Director, European Theatre Research Network (ETRN) P.M.Boenisch@kent.ac.uk | Web: http://www.kent.ac.uk/arts/
CLA is an interdisciplinary journal that aims to relate literature and the arts to the exploration of consciousness. The journal publishes both scholarly and creative work, and publishes three to four times annually.
e-misférica is the online journal of the Hemispheric Institute. This biannual publication explores the uses of and interrelations between performance and politics in the Americas and is published in Spanish, Portugese and English.
InTensions is an interdisciplinary journal published biannually by the department of Fine Arts Cultural Studies at the University of York in Toronto, Canada. The journal aims to compile work by scholars and artists whose works deal with the theatricality of power, corporealities of structural violence, and sensory regimes.
Liminalities aims to expand opportunities to share peer-reviewed work, to publish multimedia texts and projects that could otherwise be difficult to circulate, and to make work internationally accessible. The journal is published three or four times annually.
This journal aims to support the publication and development of New Zealand research on drama, music and dance in education and to contribute a NZ perspective to international dialogues in the discipline of performance studies.
Nordic Theatre Studies is the only English language peer-reviewed journal for scholars writing on all aspects of Nordic and Baltic theatre and performance, and for Nordic and Baltic scholars to present their research to the world. The journal is published biannually.
Perfformio is based at the Centre for Performance and Literature, Swansea Metropolitan University. The journal publishes papers by academics and practitioners of the performing arts and allied disciplines twice annually.
Platform is a performing arts journal aiming to publish high quality articles by postgraduates and early-career academics. The journal accepts both academic and practice-based papers, and is published twice per year.
Popular Entertainment Studies is an e-journal based at the University of Newcastle, Australia, and publishes two issues each year. The journal aims to stimulate debate and dialogue in the broad field of popular entertainment studies, and invites papers from a wide variety of disciplines.
Scenario is a bilingual (English & German) publication that examines the role of drama and theatre in language education. The journal is published twice yearly and is based at University College Cork, Ireland.